Undalup brings NAIDOC to high school

Therese ColmanBusselton Dunsborough Times
Zac Webb with Dennis Colbung and Zen Sanderson, both 15.
Camera IconZac Webb with Dennis Colbung and Zen Sanderson, both 15. Credit: Therese Colman

Busselton Senior High School celebrated a belated NAIDOC week on Friday with a visit from the Undalup Association.

NAIDOC week is traditionally celebrated in the first week of July while WA schools are on holidays.

Zac Webb, Rachelle Cousins and Joel Chapman from Undalup taught students to make tools from kangaroo droppings and resin, Wadandi food and dance.

Undalup’s Zac Webb shows how to make tools from kangaroo droppings and resin.
Camera IconUndalup’s Zac Webb shows how to make tools from kangaroo droppings and resin. Credit: Therese Colman
Celia Whiteside, 15, Zoe Bennett, 14 and Jaeda Driscoll, 14.
Camera IconCelia Whiteside, 15, Zoe Bennett, 14 and Jaeda Driscoll, 14. Credit: Therese Colman
Zemiliya Humphries, 14, Elsie Fairhead, 13, Frankie Hermitage, 13 and Bianka Hayter, 13.
Camera IconZemiliya Humphries, 14, Elsie Fairhead, 13, Frankie Hermitage, 13 and Bianka Hayter, 13. Credit: Therese Colman
Josh Johansen, 15, Jayden Wood, 14 and Tom Whipp, 15.
Camera IconJosh Johansen, 15, Jayden Wood, 14 and Tom Whipp, 15. Credit: Therese Colman
Taylah Banks, 16, Lilly-Amayah Toogood, 15 and Loretta Calyon, 16.
Camera IconTaylah Banks, 16, Lilly-Amayah Toogood, 15 and Loretta Calyon, 16. Credit: Therese Colman

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